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Category: Hard Rock
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Robert Plant vocals|
Jimmy Page guitars, background vocals
John Paul Jones mellotron, organ, synthesizers, bass, background vocals
John Bonham drums
Re-issued in 2014 as a 2 CD Deluxe edition including a bonus disc of Studio Outtakes
|1. ||The Song Remains The Same ||5:32|
|2. ||The Rain Song ||7:39|
|3. ||Over The Hills And Far Away ||4:50|
|4. ||The Crunge ||3:17|
|5. ||Dancing Days ||3:43|
|6. ||D'yer Mak'er ||4:23|
|7. ||No Quarter ||7:00|
|8. ||The Ocean ||4:31|
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|Total Running Time:  ||40:55|
|9. ||The Song Remains the Same guitar overdub reference mix ||5:29|
|10. ||The Rain Song mix minus piano ||7:45|
|11. ||Over the Hills and Far Away guitar mix backing track ||4:22|
|12. ||The Crunge rough mix - keys up ||3:16|
|13. ||Dancing Days rough mix with vocal ||3:46|
|14. ||No Quarter rough mix with JPJ keyboard overdubs - no vocal ||7:03|
|15. ||The Ocean Working Mix ||4:26|
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|Total Running Time:|| 36:07|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: February 10, 2004 at 19:03|
|My fave Zepp album. All the songs are enjoyable to me, I can't pick a fave tune...it's so good! Don't get me wrong, IV is a great album too, but I hate Battle of Evermore. For me, this is the CD I can listen to over & over again. Without question. By the way, it's about time Zepp made it to this site, they certainly belong here!
|From: Elton Braga
||Date: March 8, 2004 at 14:58|
|Who am I to say something about Led Zeppelin? His sound tells all!
|From: Big Papa K
||Date: June 27, 2004 at 20:10|
|The first Zeppelin album to be less than perfect really. They try some new styles on this that both fail miserably. One is the reggae of "D'Yer Ma'Ker" and the funk of "The Crunge" (more like The Cringe). Still, there are still songs on here that are among their best ("Over The Hills And Far Away" and "Dancing Days"). 8/10
||Date: August 5, 2004 at 1:37|
|I used to love this album. I learned every song on this album on guitar. "Over The Hills and Far Away" and "The Ocean" are cool songs.
||Date: September 20, 2004 at 6:26|
|What is great about Zeppelin is that made every album a little different than the previous. I am sure there was pressure to make a second "IV", but they didn't. This album was so much different than IV that it caught me off guard, but I learned to love it. 'Dancing days' and 'the ocean' remain two of my favorite Zep songs. Over all a solid hard rock / metal album.
||Date: November 30, 2004 at 17:38|
|I don't need to say anything. Well ok, maybe I can't keep my mouth shut. I don't care what anybody thinks, These albums were progressively better than the last. This one is no exception. Every one groundbreaking.
||Date: January 21, 2005 at 15:27|
|Propane was Right,Ground Breaking!!!The Mighty Zep so sure of the music that they made..It was in the Blood..they didn't second guess it.They played it from the Heart,that's not something you can teach it has to come from Inside!!!!!9/10!
||Date: April 17, 2012 at 20:06|
|great album over the hills and far away is my favourite zepp song
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